Sunday 20 August
Over a lifetime in the public eye, the media has documented Normies life as a singer, soldier, musician, activist, actor, social commentator, contrarian and communicator.
Australias biggest pop star of the sixties, he defied the logic of the times. His period of peak popularity came when the Beatles were dominating the charts around the world. It was the period of popular music where most established solo singers were suddenly banished from the charts, and young singers were joining or forming bands. And yet, here was this Melbourne teenager creating pop riots and becoming the first Melbourne recording artist to achieve a national Australian No.1.
In 2005 Normie Rowe was inducted into the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Hall of Fame. In that year he was also recognized by the Australian War Memorial as a National Hero, alongside the likes of Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith, Vivien Bullwinkle, Keith Miller, Chips Rafferty and 45 other heroes of Australia.
Normie has had a number of hits over the years and has so many stories to tell from his lifetime experience that this interactive show is going to be a fantastic opportunity for the audience to get up close and personal. ‘NORMIE INTERACTIVE’ is an intimate performance during which Normie will take questions from the audience about his hits, his highs, his lows, and the rumours. Most of it really happened. You wouldnt read about it!
- Ticket Pricing
- event_seatPremium Seating $52 +bf Premium seating guarantees patrons the ‘BEST SEATS IN THE HOUSE’ which are positioned directly in front of the stage
- event_seatAllocated Seating $44 +bf
- Standing Room $32 +bf
- At the Door $35